Welcome to Monday at the law blog roundup. Feeling down after noticing all the milk at the grocery store now has expiration dates IN SEPTEMBER?!? Here are a few links to get your week started as you try to figure out where the summer has gone:
— The Court of Appeals is about two weeks away from its self-imposed deadline of issuing opinions in all of the cases from the September 2013 Term. The Maryland Appellate Blog has a rundown of what’s left to be decided. (We have a write-up of Peters in Monday’s paper.)
— Voters in Nevada will once again consider whether the state should create an intermediate appellate court. Leading the charge is one of the state’s Supreme Court justices. (HT: How Appealing.)
— The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revived a challenge to a New York law that requires parental consent for a certain kind of Jewish circumcision ceremony.